• Family Photo Christmas Tree

    Have you checked out the new blog Small Fry yet? It’s a fantastic kid style and craft blog by a team of super talented ladies (including my fashion shoot stylist, Emily Frame).
    I asked them to put together a couple holiday kids crafts this month and here’s the first one: a family photo Christmas tree!

    I think this would be a really cute way to help toddlers identify family and friends and a modern take on the traditional tree. I’d love to make one for Henry’s room so he can have his very own!


    Using a circle punch (this one is 4inches) you can create a modern Christmas tree filled with your loved ones faces, memories from the past year, Christmases past or even a way to reuse pictures your friends and families send with their Christmas cards.

    We added the antlers as the tree topper which you can download right here. Polka dots with fabric paint and a pencil eraser decorated the antlers.

    1. […] a tree or want to put up a second or third tree in another room, here are some fantastic ideas.  Family pictures can be cut into circles or stars and put on the wall in the shape of a Christmas tree with antlers or a star on top.  This […]

    2. Elli @studio34e said… December 14, 2012 2:22 am

      So clever and creative idea!Super cute!!!

    3. Liz - Marry Me and Fly Free said… December 6, 2012 4:09 pm

      Love this idea for a Christmas tree! I recently discovered Small Fry and I think it is such a great blog. So many great ideas!

    4. Chick Tyler said… December 5, 2012 8:37 pm

      This is so lovely! What a wonderful idea!

    5. Nicole @ Treasure Tromp said… December 5, 2012 10:35 am

      this is a fantastic idea!

    6. family christmas tree | Small Fry said… December 5, 2012 6:36 am

      […] shared this project over at Say Yes to Hoboken today, and it’s a super easy and modern addition to any holiday decor! You can read all the […]

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